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Papadopoulos considering lawsuit against feds after Horowitz report: FBI surveillance was 'un-American'

By David Montanaro

The series of events that landed George Papadopoulos in jail in connection with the Trump-Russia investigation should make all Americans stop and think about the ramifications of government surveillance, said the former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser on “Fox & Friends" Friday. 

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Evan Bayh suggests compromise between Trump, Dems to avoid impeachment

By Ronn Blitzer

Former Sen. Evan Bayh, D-Ind., who served during the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, suggested Sunday that a compromise between House Democrats and President Trump could be a satisfactory solution to avoid the “political food fight” of impeachment, but said realistically he doubts it will become a reality.

House Judiciary Dem admits even he has no clue who Nadler’s witnesses are, as Trump faces deadline

By Ronn Blitzer

Three days before the House Judiciary Committee is set to call witnesses to testify at a hearing regarding the possible impeachment of President Trump, their identities are being kept hidden not just from the White House, but even members of the committee itself.

Civil rights activists clash over 2020 African American voters supporting Trump

By Victor Garcia

Civil rights activist Leo Terrell and Project 21 co-chairman Horace Cooper clashed on "The Ingraham Angle" Wednesday over President Trump's outreach to African-Americans voters.

American reporter Jason Rezaian, held by Iran for 544 days, awarded $180M for captivity, torture

By Brie Stimson

A Washington Post journalist who was held captive and psychologically tortured by the Iranian government for 544 days was awarded $180 million Friday evening in his family’s lawsuit against the Middle Eastern country.

American reporter Jason Rezaian, held by Iran for 544 days, awarded $180M for captivity, torture

By Brie Stimson

A Washington Post journalist who was held captive and psychologically tortured by the Iranian government for 544 days was awarded $180 million Friday evening in his family’s lawsuit against the Middle Eastern country.

Toby Keith talks John Wayne, Johnny Cash, Trump and the American flag in 'Fox News Sunday' interview

By Nick Givas

Country music singer Toby Keith discussed patriotism, John Wayne, Johnny Cash, President Trump, and his love for the American flag during an interview with Chris Wallace, on "Fox News Sunday" this week.  

Donald Trump Jr. on his clash with 'The View': 'I don't think they like me much anymore'

By Victor Garcia

Donald Trump Jr. appeared on "Hannity" Thursday night to talk about his wild appearance earlier in the day on ABC's "The View," saying "I don't think they like me much anymore."

Jamie Lee Curtis rips Trump after he compared al-Baghdadi to a dog: 'ALL living things suffer'

By Joseph Wulfsohn

Actress Jamie Lee Curtis blasted President Trump after he called the dead ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi a dog, telling the president that dogs are "brave, bold, loyal, loving and healing."

Ingraham reacts to Trump being booed during the World Series

By Victor Garcia

Laura Ingraham commented Monday night on President Trump getting booed while attending Game 5 of the World Series this weekend, saying it confirmed to many Americans what they already knew about the nation's capital.

Ratcliffe: Intel Committee hasn't had terror-related briefing in 'over a month' due to impeachment inquiry

By Ronn Blitzer

Rep. John Ratcliffe, R-Texas, praised the Trump administration for conducting an operation in Syria that resulted in the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, but said the House Intelligence Committee on which he serves has failed to address ISIS or other terrorism-related issues lately because of the ongoing impeachment inquiry.

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